“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!” – Samuel Adams

Archive for February 7th, 2010

Tebow Super Bowl Ad Epitomizes All That is Horrible

Tebow Super Bowl Ad Epitomizes All That is Horrible

When you watch it, you will realize why the NAGs and all their pro-abortion allies were apoplectic over the thought of this ad playing on national television. Now that we see it in all it’s dark and ghastly glory, we average Americans can understand why abortionists were so determined to see it banned from the airwaves. How dare anyone have the call to show something so horrible amongst all the violence, scantily-clad women and beer commercials on this most sacred day!

Planned Parenthood Responds to Tebow Family Ad with Pro-Abortion Ad

Planned Parenthood Responds to Tebow Family Ad with Pro-Abortion Ad

Just days before the Super Bowl, Planned Parenthood finally responded to the highly-talked-about pro-life Super Bowl ad featuring Tim Tebow by releasing its own sports-based video. After staying mum for weeks, Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in the country, posted a video on YouTube featuring former NFL player Sean James and Olympic gold medalist Al Joyner, who directly respond to the Focus on the Family-produced pro-life ad.

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending Feb. 6, 2010

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending Feb. 6, 2010

The best of the best from Dakota Voice last week, including: Team Obama Recruiting at Public Schools; Global Warming Boss Takes Chauffeured Ride 1 Mile to Work; Atheist Group Opposes Postage Stamp Honoring Mother Teresa; Star Wars Text Makes it to Earth; Canadian Premier Flees Government Health Care to United States; The Super Bowl Kerfuffle; South Dakota Resisting Govt Health Care With Three Bills in Legislature; and more!

Thinking Small Can Change the World

Thinking Small Can Change the World

By the time social issues manifest themselves in the realm of politics, it’s too late—by then you’re fighting from a deficit. The ideas that produced these political points of conflict began long before and the process of affecting real change occurs over a generation or more, not one political term.